Smallville Spoilers: The Return of General Zod

Smallville fans have not seen the last of General Zod. Callum Blue will reprise this role on the April 29 episode, "Dominion." Last seen being banished from Earth to conclude season nine, what can fans expect from Zod this time around? "He’s kind of a combination of all the different Zods we’ve seen [on Smallville ] into one character,” producer Kelly Souders tells TV Line. "He’s not happy. He has not had a good couple of months.” Read more about the final few episodes of Smallville in TV Line's interview with Souders and get your first look at Zod's return below:

Smallville Finale Scoop: Will Lois and Clark Really Get Married?

As  Smallville  gears up for its final journey towards Clark Kent's destiny, Lois (Erica Durance) and Clark (Tom Welling) will prepare to walk down the aisle in the series finale. But will they actually make it to "I do"? The wedding "tests their relationship, and they both separately get put through the wringer," executive producer Kelly Souders tells "At the end of the day, with everything that they're juggling in their lives, the question is whether or not they feel like getting married is really the most responsible thing." Read More...

'Smallville' Sneak Peek: Two Clarks are Worse Than One

Smallville returns this Friday to finish out the series with its last six episodes. First up, Clark gets some blasts from another world as the mirror box and the alternate universe where Clark was raised by Lionel Luthor makes a comeback. In this clip from Friday's episode, "Kent," Clark finds out that even though he destroyed his mirror box, making sure he wouldn't go back to the evil alternate reality, the other side's mirror box is perfectly fine, bringing Clark Kent face-to-face with Clark Luthor. Read More...

Death Hits Smallville — And More Spoilers from the Final Episodes

After 10 seasons, Smallville will come to a climactic close on May 13. Before then, Clark Kent (Tom Welling), along with his bride-to-be, Lois Lane (Erica Durance), will take the final steps toward their destiny: becoming the familiar characters that were first introduced in the comic books. But Clark is not Superman yet, and dark times still lie ahead for the hero, including the impending battle with Darkseid and the return of foes Zod (Callum Blue) and Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum). Executive producer Kelly Souders tells that amidst this turmoil, there will be casualties. She dishes on what else destiny has in store, including a fun departure for Lois, below:

Smallville to Turn Back the Clock Tonight

Smallville is going retro tonight ... all the way back to 2001. This is no ordinary repeat! Prior to the CW series resuming its final season a week from tonight (April 15), a special presentation of the pilot episode airs this evening. It's hard to believe it's been a full decade since we met a teenage Clark Kent, then largely unaware of his legendary destiny. What a great ride it's been ever since. Here's a sneak peek of tonight's encore of the Smallville pilot:

'Smallville' E.P. Kelly Souders Weighs In on Weddings, Clark's Destiny & the Series Finale

For 10 years, 'Smallville' has been a mainstay of the ever-evolving WB/CW schedule. Through cast, creative and even network changes, the show has stayed as strong as the iconic Man of Steel at its center, displaying near-Kryptonian resilience as lesser series bowed out around it. But after a decade of watching mild-mannered alien-turned-farm boy-turned-reporter Clark Kent (Tom Welling) trying to change the world from his diminutive hometown, we've finally reached the home stretch. Superman casts a long shadow, and when the show returns from its final hiatus on April 15, we'll see Clark embrace his destiny like never before. Read More...

'Smallville' Debuts Promo for Final Episodes

As it is getting closer to the end of " Smallville ", The CW has released a promo for the final episodes. A short one, the video does not include any footage from the episodes but does hint that Clark will find out his true identity as he is heard saying, "I finally know who I am."   Used in the video is John Williams' classic score from the original 1978 Superman movie. Also, the promo features the word "believe" which is likely taken from the famous Superman movie tagline, "You will believe a man can fly." Read More...

Welcome Back, Chloe: Allison Mack Talks About Returning to Smallville One Last Time

Smallville 's passionate fans aren't the only ones having a hard time saying goodbye to the series, which ends its 10-year run on Friday, May 13. Allison Mack, who plays Chloe Sullivan, Clark Kent's longtime-friend-turned-superhero-computer-whiz, decided she couldn't walk away without one final appearance. A series regular for the show's first nine years, Mack signed on for just five episodes this season and had wrapped up that commitment in February. Now in New York City, where she recently finished a run in the Off Broadway play Apple Cove , Mack talked to TV Guide Magazine about her decision to go back one last time, her fervent fans and the next chapter in her life...

'Smallville's' Tom Welling: 'I'm always amazed how far we've come'

Tom Welling is getting to return to the roots of "Smallville" as the series' end nears.The CW will air the two-hour finale of the young-Superman saga's 10-year run Friday, May 13, but the show's star and fans are about to be reminded where it began. The 2001 pilot episode will be repeated Friday (April 8), recalling the literally meteoric arrival of young Kal-El from the planet Krypton, and his rechristening as Clark Kent by Earth parents Jonathan and Martha (John Schneider, Annette O'Toole)."I've revisited the pilot a few times," Welling tells Zap2it, "sometimes by accident, other times for research, and I'm always amazed how far we've come. I'm 10 years older and 30 lbs. heavier -- I don't know how that happened! -- but I think the pilot still holds up. It doesn't necessarily look dated or out-of-touch."David Nutter, who directed it, really had a good sense of what it needed to be," adds Welling....

Smallville: Up, Up and Away!

It's fitting that when a visitor arrives to the Burnaby, British Columbia, set of Smallville , he's quickly escorted to the Phantom Zone. The extra-dimensional prison created for planet Krypton's worst criminals is known for being nearly impossible to escape — a perfect metaphor for the show's desire to prevent leaks about the plot of the upcoming series finale. After 10 years on the air, there is, to put it mildly, intense anticipation for Clark Kent's final journey toward becoming Superman, set for May 13. (The last batch of new episodes begins Friday, April 15.) The big question, of course, is "Will he or won't he?" Will he put on the iconic costume of the comic-book legend? Will he finally learn how to fly? Will he be called Superman?